Because everybody has a unique talent, this is a video of entertainer Taylor (aka itzabennie) demonstrating hers: some incredibly realistic mouth trumpeting of Benny Goodman, ‘The Imperial March’, and Louis Armstrong’s cover of ‘La Vie en Rose.’ I mean if you start a fire in the nearest wastebasket and close
Because you can’t stop the music, this is a video of a young boy covering the percussion of Guns N’ Roses’ ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ on his homemade bucket and jug drum set. What a little rocker. He should connect with this bucket and jug drummer and start their own
This is a video of musician and Youtuber Deden Noy performing Rush’s 1981 banger ‘Tom Sawyer’ on his homemade drum kit, which he crafted out of paint cans and water jugs and scrap metal. I also included his cover of Nirvana’s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’, because what Deden lacks in
Because music is everywhere, this is a video of Spanish musician Xavier Lozano performing a lovely melody on a metal street barricade. Are there cars going down a street they aren’t supposed to right now thanks to Xavier? Quite possibly. Should you go around blowing into everything you come across
Because the human voice is the most powerful instrument in the world, this is a video of South Korean a capella quintet Maytree performing the opening intro for a lot of the major US movie production companies, including (in order) 20th Century Fox, Disney, Universal, Columbia, Warner Bros., Paramount, Pixar,
To celebrate Mario Day (Mar10), this is a video of classically trained pianist/starer Lord Vinheteiro performing the Super Mario Bros overworld theme on a baroque harpsichord while dressed as Mozart. Towards the end he also does a little underworld theme, and the starman theme (when Mario gets an invincibility star).
This is a video of lover of unusual instruments Nicolas Bras (previously) constructing and playing a mouth violin based on the k’ni (aka Vietnamese mouth violin) used by the Jarai people of Vietnam. The instrument uses the player’s mouth as a resonator, “which enables the instrument to imitate certain qualities
Because dream it and you can achieve it, this is a video of Australian musician Alan Gogoll performing 10,000 guitar harmonics in 14-minutes and 15-seconds. With 855 seconds in that time, that’s a harmonic every 0.0855 seconds. WOW. Wait — just what the hell is a guitar harmonic anyways? Let